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. bart management says the contract also lets them update technology without always needing union approval. here's reaction on the vote from both management and union officials. >> on want to think our members for the think-our members for these issues that are important i want to thank. --. >> the hard working employes will see a wage increase and of course the rapid increase in technology and equipment. that is something that we read not able to. will help bart implement everything from wireless handheld devices to the simple use of email istead of hand-written notes. going forward.the contract will need final approval from the bart board.the vote will likely come at a board meeting on november 21-st. >> coming up on kron 4 news weekend, this teacher that was tragically shot. been remembered. . soon, californians from sacramento to salinas to san diego will have equal access to quality health insurance. those who need financial assistance will get it. and nobody will be denied because of a pre-existing condition. welcome to a new state of health. welcome to covered california.
of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, where experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. stick with innovation. stick with power. stick with technology. get the flexcare platinum. new from philips sonicare. >>> our second story out front, it's called the candy bowl of overtime. an investigation into unearned overtime at the department of homeland security. that costs us, the taxpayer, about $9 million. whistle-blowers say it's common for them to watch tv during their paid overtime. for the first time tonight, one man is speaking on camera out front. >> reporter: they were supposed to help protect america's border. but some homeland security agents can't even be trusted with the nation's wallet. >> they decided to pickpocket uncle sam. >> reporter: jose is one of seven employees blowing the whistle on his co-workers at dhs. >> i knew it was my duty to report th
was in charge who had experience in any complex business startups" we worried basic regulations, technology and policy coordination would fail. >> you need to have the people who have understanding of the political process, people who understand how to work within an administration and people who understand how to build, start and build a business and unfortunately, they just didn't get all of those people together. >> reporter: the white house dismissed these and other warnings, it relied an a pointed bureaucrat and seepor health care advisers. fears from constant attacks from republican, the white house became secretive about the law's complexity and regulatory reach. >> it is frustrating any time you want to see something succeed because you believe it's good for people and it doesn't get off on the right foot. >> reporter: one month after its lodge the federal health care site remains wobbles. >> the website failures are absolutely inexcusable and we own that. >> reporter: some propose dramatic action. >> i said this directly to the president's chief of staff they ought to take down the
-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, where experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i looked at my options. then i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. call now and find out about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, it helps pick up some of what medicare doesn't pay. and could save you in out-of-pocket medical costs. to me, relationships matter. i've been with my doctor for 12 years. now i know i'll be able to stick with him. [ male announcer ] with these types of plans, you'll be able to visit any doctor or hospital that accepts medicare pa
that gap. >> yes! >> between technology and the lack of it. >> she helps me by having one-on-one attention, and if i don't get it, she'll help me with t i look forward to it a lot. >> how are we doing here? >> it's not just a bus. it's a movement. we're going to go from neighborhood to neighborhood, keep making a difference. >> all: bye-bye! >> we have much more straight ahead in the "cnn newsroom," and it starts right now. >>> hello, again, everyone. here are the top stories we're following in the "cnn newsroom." >> just mayhem. people tripping over each other on the floor, bags everywhere, crying. >> a shooter opens fire at l.a.x. one tsa officer is dead, two others wounded. new details about the suspect and what the goal may have been. >>> plus -- more than 1 million people are showing they are boston strong. a parade in beantown celebrating the red sox's world series ti e title, and honoring the city's resilient, six months after the boston marathon bombing. >>> and an e-mail lands a u.s. marine in hot water. he could get booted for mishandling classified information. but some say he
on campus than usual. >> reporter: the student newspaper shows that technology is the target from iphones to laptops and students walking by themselves are often the victims. >> and i think for women and night, campus crime is bad. >> reporter: campus police are taking notice starting new nighttime patrols in high-crime areas and students admit they feel safer on campus than off. >> once you get farther out from campus, not that far, it's bad. >> reporter: most students have learned the best way to stay safe is to be smart. >> students should try to walk with someone and if they unsafe -- and i think the university has a system set up where we'll be okay. >> reporter: the student senate has formally asked the campus leaders to address the crime issue and to try to come up with new solutions. live in berkeley, brian webb, kpix5. >> a man beaten unconscious outside of his pleasanton home six weeks ago is finally away -- a weak, but he can't tell investigators what happened. he went outside to ask a group of teens to quiet down. when he didn't return, his wife went out and found him ba
, bringing in experts from top technology companies like google and oracle to fix it. the website has been filled with glitches since launching on october 1st. it is expected to be back on line around 9am eastern. >> scamming, intimidation and extortion. what a group in mexico is doing to stop the corruption. an imprisoned member of pussy riot goes missing. s >>> a woman gaoled for a punk protest in russia has gone missing. the husband of nadya tolokonnikova says he hasn't heard from his wife since she was moved to a new prison. she and members of pussy riot were imprisoned after staging a protest against jooutin at a kath -- vladimir putin at a kath reed ral. >> nadya tolokonnikova has disappeared into a gulag system. they fear the russian authorities are trying to crush her spirit. she was being held in penal colony number 14, several hundredkm east of moscow. al jazeera contacted her husband, and he said nadya tolokonnikova was deliberately being cut off from the outside world. he was worried. >> nadya tolokonnikova is reported to be in a weak condition after two hunger strikes. she sta
degrees, particularly in science technology, engineering and math mattic and agricultural jobs and hospitality jobs. we are a big tourism and agriculture state. they are having a hard time filling the positions. they need to harvest crops, things they need to keep businesses running and grow and expand and create jobs. they are having a hard time to do that. we don't have the labour that's qualified to do the jobs. without the labour it's a hurdle for the economy. >> how representative have republicans been in your state about? >> they understand the issues we face m one thing that is clear, especially on the trip to washington dc, that several business leaders from our area took this week, is the members of the delegation under the issue, that they understand it as well if maybe not better than some of our business leaders. but they are facing opposition in other areas that makes it difficult to proceed. they know what the right thing to do is. they want to move forward. it's a matter of how can we do that, coming to an agreement with all parties. leverage. >> well, it's the r
republican tea party. a tea party whose social is out done only by its hostility, to science and technology, innovation and scholarship. >> keep pushing to get out the vote, warning that light voter turnout could help the tea party. >> it's been a great last couple of days. we focus on getting the vote out. it's all about getting the vote out. obviously, you feel the excitement, the intensity, we knocked on 1.8 million doors. >> polls open tomorrow from 6:00 in the morning until 7:00 at night. >>> and there are no statewide races in other places, but there are local ones in maryland this year. for the first time in 24 years, college park voters are choose ago new mayor. andrew fellows is being challenged this time around by robert. he ran uncontested over the last two dozen years. >>> i'm scott broom in takoma park, maryland, where a 16-year- old has already made history. >> seen early voting in a video posted by the city, alana has become the first 16-year- old in history to vote in a local election, according to takoma park officials. >> we want our government to represent us. >> so
are safer, the technologies on the airplanes are safer and the way the airplanes are built makes it more possible. >> each airline must submit it's device plan for regulation. the rule may not be instantaneous. an estimated two-thirds of passengers carry mobile phones or smartphones on board and 40% have tablets. what the faa didn't make clear is whether video calls are whether video calls are used while on airplanes. >> most of the airplanes can't support video chat, whether it's facetime or other video services. so if you use that, you slow down the experience for everybody. and on some systems you may even be booted off. >> one passenger wonders if more devices will be carried on board? >> who knows what the next thing for kids will be. it could be noisier on the plane. >> laptops still need to be turned off before takeoff and landing and in low visibility landing the crew may ask for all devices to be shut off. in san jose, david loui, abc7 news. >>> a second bart labor union has ratified the contract agreement that brought an end to a second strike this year. yesterday a.t.u. said i
people got robbed and i hear there are a few cases. >> reporter: the student's newspaper said technology is the target and students walking by themselves are often the victims joe campus police are taking notice starting new nighttime patrols in now high crime areas and students admit they feel safer on campus than off. >> and it gets bad. >> reporter: they have learned the best way to stay safe is to be start. -- smart. >> students should walk with someone and call their walk. i think the university has the system set up and we'll be okay. >> reporter: brian webb, kpix5. >> and the student government requested them. >> a page from the living assistant facility in castro valley is found safe in san jose. the 65-year-old edmond baskim wandered away from valley springs manor a week ago one day after discovering the home was shut down because on of -- because of a string of health and safety violations. >>> tomorrow, an attorney for the family of a boy killed by sheriff's department in santa rosa will file a civil rights lawsuit. the suit, which is expected to be filed in san francisco's fe
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in any complex business startups" we worried basic regulations, technology and policy coordination would fail. >> you need to have the people who have understanding of the political process, people who understand how to work within an administration and people who understand how to build, start and build a business and unfortunately, they just didn't get all of those people together. >> reporter: the white house dismissed these and other warnings, it relied an a pointed bureaucrat and seepor health care advisers. fears from constant attacks from republican the white house became secretive about the law's complexity and regulatory reach. >> it is frustrating any time you want to see something succeed because you believe it's good for people and it doesn't get off on the right foot. >> reporter: one month after its lodge the federal health care site remains wobbles. >> the website failures are absolutely inexcusable and we own that. >> reporter: some propose dramatic action. >> i said this directly to the president's chief of staff they ought to take down the web
regulation, technology and policy and coordination would fail. you need people that understand how to work in the administration and people a that understand how to start and build a business. unfortunately they didn't get all of those people together. >> the white house dismissed these and other warnings. it relied on bureaucrat and senior health care advisors. fearful of constant attacks from republicans, the white house became secretive about the law's complexity and regulatory reach. >> it's frustrating. any time you want to see something succeed because you believe it's good for people and doesn't get off on the right foot. >> the federal health care website remains hobbled. >> the website failures are absolutely inexcusable. we own that. >> some democrat have proposed action. >> i've said this to the chief of staff. they ought to take down the website until it's right. >> the white house promises to fix the site by month's end. >> they're trying to change a tire on car going 75 miles per hour down the press way. >> some say the westbound problems are a good thing
legislation is expected to pass the senate. stick with innovation. stick with power. stick with technology. get the flexcare platinum. new from philips sonicare. and our giant idaho potato truck is still missing. so my dog and i we're going to go find it. it's out there somewhere spreading the good word about idaho potatoes and raising money for meals on wheels. but we'd really like our truck back, so if you see it, let us know, would you? thanks. what? that's it? is go out to dinner. i mean, he picks up the tab every time, which is great... he's using you. he probably has a citi thankyou card and gets 2x the points at restaurants huh the citi thankyou preferred card. now earn 2x the points on entertainment, with no annual fee. go to citi.com/thankyoucards >>> this morning president obama is pressing lawmakers to pass a bill that would make it illegal for employers to fire people based on their sexual preference or gender identity. in an op-ed sunday, he wrote, quote, millions of lgbt americans go to work every day fearing that without any warning, they could lose their jobs not because of
, and the problems run far deeper than a few technological glitches. >> the white house released a progress report on the website fix saying it is improving with users waiting less than a second for wages to load, compared to eight. they are work to go improve application process. wanda summers and ed o'keefe. good morning to you both. thanks for joining me. >> good to see you, alex. >> as the the house and senate negotiators met on tuesday, they are just waiting to reach a deal and we reach the debt ceiling february 7th. will it turn into another 11th hour fight? or might we get something done until we all talk about it minute by minute. >> it is congress. so the 11th hour seems to be when most things get done. what we have heard this week is this is not going to explode into some kind of a grand bargain as perhaps the white house. now, there's hope, it is likely this will be a piecemeal fix to avoid this, to perhaps deal with the across the board sequester cuts. not a lot of optimism. this will be a quick and painless process. >> okay. ed, i was looking at your recent article. you write house an
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newspaper shows technology is the target from iphones to laptops, and students walking by themselves are often the victims. >> i think for women and especially at nighttime crime is really bad. >> reporter: campus police are taking notice, starting new nighttime patrols in high-crime areas, and students admit they feel safer on campus than off. >> once you get a little bit farther out from campus it gets a little bit bad. >> reporter: and most students say they have learned the best way to stay safe is to be smart. >> students should try to either walk with somebody or if they feel unsafe call for a walk. i think the university has systems set up so that will be okay. >> they have made a request to campus leaders and police to address the crime issue and come up with ways to stop it. >>> meanwhile, the bart board of directors will soon vote on a contract approved by the unions to finalize their deal. but at least one member of that board haven't very happy about it. the deal includes a 15% pay raise over the next four years. the workers must pay into their pensions and monthly health
is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, where experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. >>> welcome back to "the lead." i'm jake tapper. in politics news, election day in colorado will be all about old school versus new school, as in making the old west new again. tomorrow, 11 counties in rural and red northern colorado will vote on whether to break off and form a new state called north colorado. people in these farming towns, many of them are fed up with policies which have led to tighter gun control laws and legalized marijuana, laws that might be praised more around the fireplaces in million dollar ski cabins in aspen. cnn's ana cabrera has more. >> reporter: welcome to northern colorado. some 60 miles outside of denver. no hustle and bustle of city life here. >> i saw the struggles that my grandparents, my parents went through to create what i
. but lewis was convinced technology that evolved from that could be applied to pseudohefedrive. it worked because of its pastey consistency zephrex-d can't be ground into powder, the first step in making meth. and the psuedeauepedrhin would cost too much to convert. >> no matter which way you try to convert it into methamphetamine is not a viable solution for meth cities. >> you sound like a pharmaceutical salesman when you say that, you know that. >> i am a salesman for ending meth labs and i will go about it anyway i can. >> jeff: grellner says that tinny highland pharmaceuticals has succeeded at something that major drug manufacturers say can't be done, making a meth- proof drug that works. as of this month, zephrex-d is available in 15,000 stores nationwide. jeff glor, cbs news, franklin county, missouri. >> pelley: in rushville, illinois, folks who like their doctor will not be able to keep him but that has nothing to do with the new health law. dr. russell donor who is now 88 has been looking after the people of rushville since 1955, charging just $5 for an office visit. dean reynol
. lilian kim is live there now using cell 7 technology. lilian? >> carolyn, behind me is terminal 3. this is where it all unfolded. it will remain closed until further notice. hundreds of officers have been here all day collecting evidence and piecing together what happened. travelers ran for their lives when a gunman shot his way past security at los angeles international airport's terminal 3. this tmz video captures the panic after the suspect identified as 23-year-old paul ciancia approached the check point and pulled a semiautomatic rifle from the bag. he shot and killed one tsa agent and wounded three others. >> it was a loud bang. >> everyone panicked. everybody dropped to the ground. >> the shooter seemed to be aiming at tsa officers. he was wearing a blue uniform and helped from the scene holding up his bloody arm. this man barely escaped. >> he was carrying a rifle and he looked at me and said tsa with a question mark and i just shook my head and he kept going. >> reporter: passengers huddled for cover in bathrooms and others dashed for the exits. >> the kids, the seniors a
think the technology and computer stuff will be fixed, but making a better case to the american people of how their healthcare is changing. so many people were unaware that their healthcare was going to change, and the president really didn't the changes that are going to take place. >> let me add this. i think one of the things that is starting to show up is president obama's personal approval numbers are actually going down. and that right now h he has lost support in terms of how much the people sort of trust him and approve of him. it's not just the job that he is doing. this is something that has happened to president bush as well, so it's difficult to rewin over people who feel as though they have been let down by you an they don't want to listen to you any more. >> we go back to what is perception. >> that's right. >> thanks so much to all of our guests on this topic. when we come back to "inside story" we'll change gears and tell you about a special event that is taking place tonight. stay with us. al jazeera america - a new voice in american journalism - >> introduces america
technology. lilian? >> carolyn, behind me is terminal 3. this is where it all unfolded. it will remain closed until further notice. hundreds of officers have been here all day collecting evidence and piecing together what happened. travelers ran for their lives when a gunman shot his way past security at los angeles international airport's terminal 3. this tmz video captures the panic after the suspect identified as 23-year-old paul ciancia approached the check point and pulled a semiautomatic rifle from the bag. he shot and killed one tsa agent and wounded three others. >> it was a loud bang. >> everyone panicked. everybody dropped to the ground. >> the shooter seemed to be aiming at tsa officers. he was wearing a blue uniform and helped from the scene holding up his bloody arm. this man barely escaped. >> he was carrying a rifle and he looked at me and said tsa with a question mark and i just shook my head and he kept going. >> reporter: passengers huddled for cover in bathrooms and others dashed for the exits. >> the kids, the seniors are like oh my goodness. i want to help them, but i wan
- safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, where experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. that coffee breaks down tooth enamel. thankfully, she uses act restoring mouthwash. it rebuilds tooth enamel, making your teeth two times stronger. act. smile strong. >>> new york's controversial stop-and-frisk program resumes despite a new court ruling this week. an appellate court overturned a federal court ruling this week, saying that the policy was unconstitutional. it allowed the officers to stop and frisk people they believe are suspicious under this policy, even if they committed no crime. critics say officers unfairly target minorities. let's talk to ellis. he lives in new york. and he is a columnist for "newsday." and michael balbone. good to see you as well. so just so people aren't confused, we're talking about a federal court judge who sai
of american power. silicon valley and superior technologies were not far behind. opening up more horizons in the nation's history. the term american exceptionalism originated in 1830 with a frenchman dispatched to america whose observations of the young nation endure. the homicidal joseph stolen is said to have called america exceptional because he couldn't get enough citizens to rally to his cause. several american presidents especially ronald reagan amplified the theme and pointed to our nation as a model. the city upon a hill. john winthrup as early as 1630 spoke aboard the ship telling his fellow puretans we must e a hill, the eyes of all people are upon us. detractors lump american exceptionalism with distorted patriotism and cheerleading. it makes them feel objective and wise but at every turn history confronts them. the great iron chancellor uni unifier of germany found a kindred spirit in america credited with saying what we learn from history is that no one learns from history but, he added, god has a special providence for fools, drunkards and the united states. that's worth rem
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. >> i can't believe they got away with no tickets oochlt remarkable. technology working for you. >> chocolate covered potato chips going main stream. >> frito lay announced a plan to sell waivy potato chips dipped in chocolate, only through target, ask only through the holidays. >> smaller brands have the chips owe the market. if it is a success, they say they can add more flavors i smell a winner there. >> yes. a british inventor made an is cream that glows in the dark. >> yes. take a look. it is activated when you lick it >> it costs 22 scoop. you stop me at $220 a scoop >> that is ridiculous. >> it is bizarre. let's go to spencer chris chivenlt >> yes. looking at live doppler seven hd. sunny skies. what a mild day we've had. speaking of november, taking a look at our november almanac for city of san francisco. average high temperatures 68 degrees we topped that today. average low by the end of the m, 49 degrees. you can see trends over the month of september highest temperatures in november, 86 degrees, lowest, 38 degrees. greatest monthly total almost 10.5 inches. okay, look
. >> between technology. >> she helps me by having one on one. and if i don't get it, she'll help me with it. i look forward to it a lot. >> how we doing here? >> it's not just a bus. it's a movement. we're going to go from neighborhood to neighborhood to keep making a difference. when our little girl was born, we got a subaru. it's where she said her first word. (little girl) no! saw her first day of school. (little girl) bye bye! made a best friend forever. the back seat of my subaru is where she grew up. what? (announcer) the subaru forester. (girl) what? (announcer) motor trend's two thousand fourteen sport utility of the year. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec-d®. powerful relief of nasal congestion and other allergy symptoms -- all in one pill. zyrtec-d®. at the pharmacy counter. and other allergy symptoms -- all in one pill. humans -- even when we cross our "t's" and dot our "i's," we still run into problems. that's why liberty mutual insurance offers accident forgiveness with our auto policies. if you qualify, your rates won't
attendance at bart and overtime cost and make changes to the equipment and technology to run a better bart, something we haven't been able to do in a long time. >> negotiations began in april. there were two strikes in the process. parts of the bay area are under wind advisory and we had lie level fog out there. take a look at the camera out towards san francisco. the bay bridge is shroud in the thick blanket of fog. lee blasser joins us with an update on the wind and fog. >> let's look at live doppler with a very weak cold front making its way from north to south. we have an increase in moisture out there. low clouds and fog and high clouds that have continued to move across the bay area today. we will be on the back side of this front tonight and that's when the wind advisory goes into play. they begin tonight at 11:00 and runs through 7:00 monday. we can experience 45 to 50 miles per hour mainly the tier terrain and north bay mountains and east bay hills as well as santa mountains and possibility of downed tree says and power lines. surface winds starting to pick up out of the north. no
it swaps information on the latest technology, but denies it is breaking laws. >> relatives of a woman gaoled for a punk protest are worried about her welfare. the husband of nadya tolokonnikova said hasn't heard from his wife since she moved prisons. >> nadya tolokonnikova has disregard into a soviet style gul ag system after being transferred. they fear the authorities are trying to crush her spirit. he was held in penal colony 14. nadya was deliberately being cut off from the outside world, said her husband. nadya tolokonnikova is reported to be in a weak condition after two hunger strikes. she staged them to protest the appalling conditions in which she was held. >> in a letter smuggled out of the penal colony, she said inmates were forced to work 16 hour days in a sewing sweatshop. she said they were treated like slaves. the authorities refused her request toe be let out on parole so she could look after her 50-year-old daughter. >> she was sentenced to two years in prison after taking part in the pussy riot protest staged in moscow's main cathedral. >> i want to say a few words
of luck. the health insurance website is off line until tomorrow morning. a technology team will be working on >>> there is no reason for wine lovers to panic. there were 300 million cases last year. down 5% from the year before. it's the lowest level since the 1960s. one of the main reasons for the drop is a global consumer shift. >> in the big, old european wine producing countries, france, italy, spain, consumption has been plummeting. but to counter balance that in the united states and in china, wine is season as desirable and very hip. >> production in france and argentina also dropped this year because of poor weather. >>> there are new complaints about a popular brand of yoga pants a few months after being pulled from stores. lululemon stopped selling the pants and changed the fabric. this month complaints were left about getting holes, having seams come apart or pilling. there are complaints that the pants are still too sheer. >>> it's starting to look like christmas in chicago. the macy's great tree was lit today. >> one -- merry christmas! >> very pretty. the 45-f
change. here is a relevant quote. while there will be no single technological silver bullet the time has come for those who take the threat of global warming seriously to embrace the development and deployment of safer nuclear power systems as one among several technologies that will be essential to any credible effort to develop an energy system that does not rely on using the atmosphere as a waste dump. remember this summer in a 45-minute long speech on climate change at georgetown, president obama only briefly touched on nuclear power. >> we are building the first nuclear power plants in more than three decades in georgia and south carolina. for the first time in 18 years america is poised to produce more of our own oil than we buy from other nations. >> a big part of the reason nuclear power doesn't have more support among politicians in dc, their constituents may be concerned. >> if we have a coal mining accident which is awful, it doesn't shutdown the coal industrial. we have had oil spills that did not shutdown the oil industry, as awful as they have been. but nuclear is fragile t
science and technology. let's talk about the test, diagnosing whether a foetus has downs syndrome. how big a breakthrough was that. >> this is an exciting test. instead of taking samples of something from the placenta or the fluid surrounding the foetus, which means sticking a needle - and it's invasive, this is a test you can do that takes dna that's floating around in the mother's circulation. you take a blood somp from the mother and look for dna that has originated in the foetus and analyse the dna. >> earlier tests possibly jeopardised the life of the foetus. >> it spread the rick that you'd lose the foetus >> having the paitent overturned - what does it mean? >> four companies are vying for the diagnostic test, two in the united states and a couple in china. >> all for will stay in the market. >> what does that mean for mothers? >> it means that there are alternatives for getting the test, and it's probably going to mean that over time the prices will drop fasters and there'll be competition for -- faster and there'll be competition for how quickly you can turn the test around. there
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than just a website and the problems run far deeper than a few technological glitches. >> the obama administration says it is pulling out all the stops to try to fix healthcare.gov, including drafting experts from google and other tech firms to help patch up the ailing website, this as we learn that only six people signed up on the first day and 248 people by day two. let's bring in the chairman and ceo of e-health, handled more than 20 million visitors last year. good to see you. thanks for stopping by, gary. give us a sense of how this is more than a website? we have this graphic from xerox which lays out the exchanges. where do you think they got the rocky start here in all of that? >> we're really not an exchange. you're talking about e-commerce. and e-commerce is complex. it's not easy to do. you think about ebay and amazon, it's taken years and years to get those sites, those e-commerce offerings to the point that they're at. it's been the same thing with e-health. we've been at this for 15 years. tremendously complex. i haven't seen your diagram but i'm sure it looks like the
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technology. >> reporter: no one has gotten a glimpse inside the structures. and it's anybody's guess what one of the world's best-known companies has up its sleeve. meanwhile, theories are floating, as well. >> we heard through the media and so on, that it's google. that it's some type of a hub that they have. and it's a mobile data center. >> reporter: in a statement, the u.s. coast guard confirmed it is working with the owners of the barges to make sure the right permitting is in place. that's as far as they would go. even the mayor of san francisco says he is in the dark, as well. as we like to say in tv, stay tuned, guys. >> given google's skyrocketing earnings as of late, they can do anything. why not build a few barges. >> spend that money. always comes back to the stock market with bianna golodryga. >> ginger has clouds and the stock market. >>> we're going to turn to the tale of the tail. and a fascinating, new study on man's best friend. turns out a tail wag means a lot more than just a happy puppy. sara haines has all of the details. i've been curious about this for years. >> report
for the bay area science festival. people will explore interactive wonders of science and technology. it will feature a robot zoo, experiments and other activities for people of all ages. runs from 11:00 to 4:00 and it is free. ahead on the abc7 saturday morning news, an east bay city installing cameras everywhere to keep track of everyone going in and coming out. and a live look outside right now from our hd roof cam. you can see the bay bridge there in the background and the bay lights still on this morning. we get them for a few extra hours until 7:30. that's nice. you look at the ferry building in thefer ground, it's municipal railway heritage weekend. they will run vintage motor and trolley bus this is morning. hop on. something fun this morning. lisa will be along shortly about behaves like the surface of your skin. now watch what soap does to it. ♪ soap strips your skin. dove is different. with 1/4 moisturizing cream, dove doesn't strip your skin like soap. discover nexxus hydra-light. hydra-light's formulas with light, deep-sea minerals give up to 80% more moisturization th
and technology. the event will feature a robot zoo, experiments and other activities from people of all ages. it runs from 11:00 until 4:00 and it is free. >>> still ahead on the abc7 saturday morning news, an east bay city installing cameras everywhere to keep track of everyone oing in and out. and taking a live look from so tro tower -- from s to ro tower on this soggy morning, a tiny bit of the san francisco sky lean you can see there. lisa argen will have your to those who've been waiting for health insurance... welcome to covered california. the place to find quality, affordable coverage, and nobody can be denied because of a pre-existing condition. enroll today at coveredca.com. security, butalk to the leader. tyco integrated security. we'll create a solution customized just for you. and you can manage it all right from the palm of your hand. 8:40 on the west coast. you are looking live at the east coast at the world series victory parade for the boston red sox. it is just coming to a close in boston there. huge, huge crowds and lots of confetti. they are celebrating the third win for
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